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Kranias Laboratory Leads Efforts to Tackle Sudden Cardiac Death
07/18/18: UC will lead an American network of researchers in a $6 million international study of a heart gene’s role in a genetic disorder that often leads to sudden cardiac death.

Bedside Ultrasound Course Teaches New Uses for Existing Technology
Michael Hellmann, MD, has developed a bedside ultrasound course for residents in the Department of Internal Medicine.

Camp Cardiac Sparks Interest in the Heart for Area High School Students
Twenty-seven high school students are attending a week-long day camp at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine July 9-13, 2018.

Study Shows Technique to Be Effective in Identifying Smallest Lung Cancers
Researchers have found that radiotracer localization is a simple and effective technique to identify and remove small lung nodules in patients undergoing surgery.

UC Transplant Program Founder Dr. J. Wesley Alexander Dies
J. Wesley Alexander, MD, emeritus professor of surgery who started the University of Cincinnati organ transplant program in 1967, died Saturday, July 7. He was 84 years old.

UCMC and the College of Medicine Build Better Doctors from Day 1
Faculty at UC Medical Center and the College of Medicine use the Baseline Resident Assessment of Clinical Knowledge to gauge the skills of incoming medical residents.

UC-Led Study Examines Safety, Efficacy of tPA Therapy in Mild Stroke Cases
A national study looking at IV treatment of mild stroke, led by researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine, is published in JAMA.

HCV-Infected Donor Kidneys Could Reduce Transplant Patient Dialysis Time
Transplanting hepatitis C-infected dialysis patients with HCV-positive donor organs & then treating the infection later is more effective, cheaper and shortens organ wait time

UC Launches Second Tele-Nephrology Location
A program to provide long distance inpatient nephrology consultations, clinical support and monitoring to patients who need dialysis is growing.

Third-Year Medical Students Urged to Listen to Patients, Ask Questions
Third-year medical students marked the start of their clinical rotations with a special ceremony in the UC College of Medicine.

Recent Studies Unveil Clues to Using Immunotherapy as Cancer Treatment
Recent research by John Morris, MD, unveils clues at the basic science and clinical levels that could help in the fight against cancer—and in using the immune system to do so.

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